Domaine Rebourgeon-Mure’s legacy spans generations, establishing itself as one of Pommard’s most ancient family-owned estates. Dating back to 1552, their ancestor, Jean Bourgogne, settled in this historic locale and, for nearly a century, leased the vineyards of Sainte Marguerite de Bouilland Abbey, nestled in the heart of Pommard.
Today, this property stretches across three distinct communes: Pommard, Volnay, and Beaune. They expertly craft thirteen different appellations, allowing each named site to reveal the full richness of its unique terroir.
Their methods remain firmly rooted in age-old traditions, demanding meticulous and year-round dedication both in the vineyards and within their cellars. Rigorous winter pruning and May debudding are essential practices to carefully manage yields.
In a commitment to preserving the vitality of the soil and these exceptional terroirs, they employ mechanical cultivation techniques without resorting to weedkillers. Harvesting is a hands-on affair, with grapes carefully selected and gently transported to their cellars, some of which have stood since the early 17th century.
The aging process unfolds partially in new oak barrels, lasting between 14 to 18 months, depending on the specific vintage, before bottling.
In 2019, Domaine Rebourgeon-Mure achieved ‘Terra Vitis’ certification, a mark of distinction for French winegrowers who prioritize the well-being of nature, people, and their wines. In 2021, they also earned the ‘High Environmental Value’ certification, a testament to their unwavering commitment to virtuous agricultural practices.
Domaine Rebourgeon-Mure wines are imported into Canada by Domaine Selections. Contact us today!